Today, the context of migration faces many contradictions. Many companies around the world are dealing with a recruitment crisis. Despite the stressed labour markets, many qualified workers on the other hand, who would like to migrate to other countries, are prevented by governmental efforts to curb migration. Telemigration is one way to solve all these contradictions.
Migration, impacts and causes
Migration brings huge benefits, fueling growth development and entrepreneurship in both countries people come from and in those they moved to. It leads to more innovation, better educated workforce, and greater occupational specialization. It can give substantial economic benefits with a higher overall productivity.
Even though immigration helps to reduce any labour shortages, on the other hand, it is argued that immigration can cause issues of overcrowding and congestion and many other social and economic challenges.
Furthermore, individuals who migrate experience multiple stresses including the loss of cultural norms, religious customs, and social support systems, adjustment to a new culture and changes in identity and concept of self.
The number of vacancies proposed by many companies abroad attracts a large number of workers. In Africa, for example, too many people have graduated from a local university, but only few of them manage to find jobs in their home countries, and many are waiting only to be recruited, especially abroad.
How COVID-19 contributes to economy?
COVID-19 has been a double-edged sword – so to say – for labour markets. While border closures to reduce the spread of the disease hurt many businesses and workers, COVID-19 also contributed to the acceleration of the digital economy. Telemigration is one idea in which people from different parts of the world work in virtual offices.
A First Social Bridging Platform
Talenteum Africa is a Web Pan African Platform. Talenteum has a vision of fusionning companies and workers around the world. Talenteum is the first social bridging platform. An ecosystem platform for Remote Work. This platform is matching and recruiting talent on behalf its clients or customers, offering services that communities and partners may require.
“I joined Talenteum to work for a European company in the IT sector where I am responsible for their recruitment department. Despite working remotely from Mauritius, I was entrusted with major responsibilities and my last trip to France allowed me to meet my team and this consolidated the trust which was put in me.” Cedric W. – HR MANAGER – MAURITIUS
Beyond any ideological, geographical or religious cleavage.
Talenteum brings people closer wherever they are, therefore, allows people to work together, regardless of their color, religion or status.
“I was recruited by Talenteum to join a startup in the associative world based in France where I am in charge of the Business Development for the French market. My various travels to France and daily exchange with the team abroad has re-invented team spirit and the distance is never felt. It was the best career move I made!” Chandra -BUSINESS DEVELOPER-Mauritius
Thanks to Talenteum, we put people skills at the service of others, without moving. It creates employment in Africa and help people not to move away from their country. They intervene remotely for companies located anywhere in the world.
‘…I would like to thank Talenteum for having given me the opportunity for work for a renowned EU company in such an innovative sector.” Olak – IA AND DEVOPS ENGINEER – NIGERIA
Remote work, an alternative to migration.
Talenteum plays a decisive social role. Through remote work, Talenteum addresses the root causes of migration, by providing work opportunities in countries of origin.
Telemigration is one way to solve the different information gaps between companies and talented workers. Talenteum services means that companies can expand their search for recruiting skilled workers and qualified workers will not have to move to another country to find suitable works.